The Diversity Conference

Redefining the Mainstream: Local Government, Inclusive Communities

The Second National Conference on Reconciliation, Multiculturalism, Immigration and Human Rights

Deakin Woolstores Campus, Geelong Waterfront,
30 November - 1 December 2001


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Paula Abood
Community Cultural Development Worker, Sydney
Plenary Speaker

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Laurence Aboukhater
Australian Arabic Council
Discussion of 'Tale of Two Peoples'

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Esther Anatolitis
WogLife Site Developer, www. wog. com. au, Melbourne
Calling Each Other Wogs and Getting Away with it: WogLife's Growing Online Community

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Bryan Andy
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John Bond
National Secretary for the National Sorry Day committee
Bryan Andy
one of two Victorian representatives on the National Sorry Day Committee
The Stolen Generations

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Jenny Ashby
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Jacquie Hudson
Manager Organisational Development, Kingston City Council, Victoria
Jenny Ashby
Jenny Ashby & Associates, Victoria
Listening & Responding - Community Impetus Drives Cultural Change in Kingston.

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Brad Astbury
Research Officer, Department of Justice and Youth Studies, RMIT University
Dr Julian Bondy
Program Coordinator - Criminal Justice Program, Department of Justice and Youth Studies, RMIT University
Alan Ogilvie
Lecturer, Department of Justice and Youth Studies, RMIT University
Blunting the Impact: Developing Ethnically Sensitive Responses to Reduce Weapon Carrying and Youth Violence

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Bea Ballangarry
Community worker, Coramba, NSW
Margaret Bruggisser Atkin
Community worker, Coramba, NSW
Growing Community

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Santina Bertone
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Mary Leahy
Research Fellow, Workplace Studies Centre, Victoria University
Santina Bertone
Executive Director, Workplace Studies Centre, Victoria University
"Now My Life Can Really Begin" The Impact of the Two Year Waiting Period on Recently Arrived Migrants

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John Bond
National Secretary for the National Sorry Day committee
Bryan Andy
one of two Victorian representatives on the National Sorry Day Committee
The Stolen Generations

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Dr Julian Bondy
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Brad Astbury
Research Officer, Department of Justice and Youth Studies, RMIT University
Dr Julian Bondy
Program Coordinator - Criminal Justice Program, Department of Justice and Youth Studies, RMIT University
Alan Ogilvie
Lecturer,
Department of Justice and Youth Studies, RMIT University
Blunting the Impact: Developing Ethnically Sensitive Responses to Reduce Weapon Carrying and Youth Violence

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Judith Booth
PhD student, Lecturer, Deakin University, Geelong
Critiquing 'Cultural Fit' in the Australian Workplace: A Case Study of Recruiters and Indian Information Technologists

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Margaret Bruggisser Atkin
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Bea Ballangarry
Community worker, Coramba, NSW
Margaret Bruggisser Atkin
Community worker, Coramba, NSW
Growing Community

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Rosemary Callingham
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Dr Pat Smith
Project Consultant, based at RMIT
Rosemary Callingham
Project Leader, based at University of Tasmania
Vicky Nicholson
Project Manager, Tasmanian Aboriginal Education Unit
Changing Places

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Louise Campbell
President, Yulawirri Nurai Indigenous Association Inc.
Tammy Carney
Yulawirri Nurai's Yula-Panaal Cultural & Spiritual Healing Sanctuary Program

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Tammy Carney
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Louise Campbell
President, Yulawirri Nurai Indigenous Association Inc.
Tammy Carney
Yulawirri Nurai's Yula-Panaal Cultural & Spiritual Healing Sanctuary Program

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Youngmi Choi
Researcher, Centre for International Research on Communication and Information Technologies, RMIT University, Melbourne
Social, Cultural and Communication Issues in the 'Aboriginal E-Commerce' Project - Making a Pathway to the Mainstream Market

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Benjamin Chow
Council for Multicultural Australia
Community Organisations - From Beaches to Jamborees

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Dr David Cooper
National Coordinator ANTaR (Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation)
Trumping the Race Card - the Role of ANTaR and the People's Movement in Achieving Justice for Indigenous Australians

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Margherita Coppolino
Diversity Consultant
Plenary Speaker

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Lynden Costin
General Manager, Courthouse Youth Arts Centre
Diversity in Regional Youth Arts

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Mohammad Dahdoule
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Lidia Horvat
Training Consultant/Aged Care Team Leader, Migrant Resource Centre North-East, Melbourne
Mohammad Dahdoule
Settlement Support Worker/Immigartion Advisor
Practical Application of Cultural Competence - Working with Islamic Communities

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Farvardin Daliri
Manager, Migrant Resource Centre, Townsville
Community Education About Race Relations is a Good Investment

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Mark Danials
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Julian Silverman
Coordinator, diploma of community services, RMIT University
Mark Danials
City of Yarra
A Community Leadership Training Program Model in the City of Yarra

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Amrita Dasvarma
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Jackie Huggins and Amrita Dasvarma
Launch of WRANA (Women's Rights Action Network) Women's Rights are Human Rights Package

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Lindy Drew
Community Relations Policy Officer, Local Government Association of Qld (LGAQ)
Leanne Tu'ipulotu
Cultural Relations Officer, Maroochy Shire Council
Jeremy Liyanage
Multicultural Planner, Caboolture Shire Council
Facilitating Sustainable Change

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Elizabeth Drozd
Director, Australian-Polish Community Services Inc, Victoria
Polish Elderly: Issues and Challenges for the Next 10 Years

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Dr Kevin Dunn
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Dr Bronwyn Hanna
Researcher, Faculty of the Built Environment and School of Geography, UNSW (presenter)
Dr Kevin Dunn
Lecturer, Geography, UNSW
Dr Susan Thompson
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of the Built Environment, UNSW
Examining the Institution of Multicultural Policy in Local Government in Australia

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Kerry Elliott
PhD Student, University of Queensland
An Example of the Social Construction of Multiculturalism

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Dimity Fifer
CEO of the Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS)
Plenary Speaker

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Pamela Gatos
Diversity Officer, City of Greater, Dandenong
Jenny Semple
Manager, South East Region Migrant Resource Centre
Baryalai Rahimi
Temporary Protection Visa Settlement Worker, SERMRC
Greater Dandenong's Response to the Arrival of Temporary Protection Visa Holders from Detention into the South East of Victoria

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Steve Georgopoulos
Coordinator, Multicultural Education Unit, TAFE NSW - Hunter Institute.
TAFE and Community - Working in Partnership to Help Build Community Harmony

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Christine Green
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Jenny Semple and
Christine Green
South Eastern Region Migrant Resource Centre
Diversecare in Aged Care: A Model of Diverse Community Care Services within the Home
 

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Dr Bronwyn Hanna
Researcher, Faculty of the Built Environment and School of Geography, UNSW (presenter)
Dr Kevin Dunn
Lecturer, Geography, UNSW
Dr Susan Thompson
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of the Built Environment, UNSW
Examining the Institution of Multicultural Policy in Local Government in Australia

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Peter Horton
Director, LOTE Marketing P/L
Geoff Meakin
Director, LOTE Marketing P/L
Effective Multicultural Communication

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Lidia Horvat
Training Consultant/Aged Care Team Leader, Migrant Resource Centre North-East, Melbourne
Mohammad Dahdoule
Settlement Support Worker/Immigartion Advisor
Practical Application of Cultural Competence - Working with Islamic Communities

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Jenny Howard
Senior Education Officer Access and Equity, TAFE NSW Sydney Institute
Planning for Diversity

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Jacquie Hudson
Manager Organisational Development, Kingston City Council, Victoria
Jenny Ashby
Jenny Ashby & Associates, Victoria
Listening & Responding - Community Impetus Drives Cultural Change in Kingston.

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Jackie Huggins and Amrita Dasvarma
Launch of WRANA (Women's Rights Action Network) Women's Rights are Human Rights Package

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Prof Andrew Jakubowicz
University of Technology, Sydney
Abandoning Ethnicity in the Name of Citizenship: The State and the End of Egalitarian Multiculturalism
and Plenary Speaker

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Dr Paul Kauffman
Director, Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, Canberra
Practical Applications of Productive Diversity: Best Practice Case Studies of Multinational Companies and the Importance of Diversity to Business Success

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Kerry Kennell
Administration Support Officer, City of Port Phillip
Indigenous Recruitment Strategy: Building Stronger Communities

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Alexander Kouttab
Member of the Australian Arabic Council and the Palestinian Human Rights Campaign
Re-reading Multiculturalism; Towards a New Politics of the Margin

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